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    m A ScoToen VILtAG.-A correspondent of the Elgin Courwnt saya-4'There are between 700 and 800 of a fishing population in Hopeman, and Although It raey. look incredible, it Is nevertheless.a veritable fact, that they do not get a single nOwspaper Subscribers-only content

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    IN A CtEuRac.-For a con- skberable time past an unhappy state of matters hagsexisted in the Free Church congregation of Hopeman. On Thurs. dlay a presbyterial vtaitation of the congregation was held there, It was appointed that the Rev. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    in the water, hut onfrfor them to render them any assistanade. The -name of the boat was the Paramount, of Hopeman. A Lowesetoft boat, the Shades of Evening, report the leess df one of the cree-. At!.Portsinouth the gale has Subscribers-only content

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    brigantice Zse, of Dunrlaik, remained hyvessel ; two fishinag boats, belsieg- ilg respectively to the Isle of Skye and to Hopeman, N.B 1 1; schooner Angora, of Bangor, assisted to save vessel and crew, 7; brigantine Cyrus, of Rye, 9 Subscribers-only content

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    the maonager and three of his lads proceeded to the sea at the recks a little to the east of Hopeman, to baths. Lewis Petrie, one of the young men, entered the water after his companions, and proceeded till he Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, June 1678, 1-15, 01 June 1678-30 June 1678

    to the Duke of Muscovy who is lately returned home, with said goods, etc., in the Swan from Riga, Heskett Hopeman master. Ibid , p. 73. Warrant from Treasurer Danby to the Customs Commissioners and to Sir William Jones, Attorney

    Index, H, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    voices, 334, 645, 824, 1419. Hoove , John (recommended for Maundy), 97. Hope (co. Hereford), 377. -, the (Kent), 356. Hopeman , Heskett, shipmaster, 1024. Hopkins , George (3,00 0 l . to, out of Irish revenue), 224. -, Henry,

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